THE EVENING STAR.
FRIDAY nay *T, 1S3I.
Ornc* of tub Chi if signal omen, \
Washington. D. C., May 27.ISSl. 9:3o a. m. f
For the middle states and the lower lake
region, warmer and fair weather, 3outh to
west wlnda, and stationary or slowly failing i
Warm Rain* Xo-morrowi
The chief signal officer furnishes the follow- :
lng spe- lal bulletin to the pressA storm of
slight energy 13 apparently central in the up- j
pr Missouri valley, and local rains are reported
ir:>m Wisconsin, near Lake Superior, and In
Minnesota. Elsewhere clear weather has pre- |
ailed, exnept that light local rains fell on the
Virginia ana North ? arolma coast during the
night. The temperature has risen in the gulf
state*. and thence northward to Ohio and
Michigan, and fallen slightly on the middle
and south Atlantic cam?t and in Wisconsin and
Minnesota. It conrrnues about ten degrees \
above mean for the moo'h in all sections north '
of the fortieth parallel of latitude. Northeast
to southeast wind3 continue in the southern
states and south to west winds prevail In the
r< ir alnisg dtairlcts. The Indications are that
warmer and pa t j cloudy weathe: will prevail
on the Atlamlc coa&t am In the lower lake region
during Saturday with light ralna In New
t-tgland, .New York aud the lower lake region.
bangs OF tub thbrm0m3tsr
The following are the readings of the thermometer
at the Signal Office durlntr the dav:?
T a. m.. 6?>^ n a. m.. 7?j?; s p. m.. -4 . Maximum,
-4'; minimum, 55-;
FBOGRAM OF thb i'RBPARATtONS FOR tnb c'kkemonibs
committees of the Grand Army of the Republic
are busily engaged In arranging for the
decorai Ion of the soldiers' graves at Arlington,
Soldiers' Dome and Congressional cemeteries
next Monday. Department Commander William
Gibson has prepared an order to the members
of the various posts, reminding them that
it la a duty enjoined upon tuem to observe the
day, and they are expected to do their part in
making the demonstration creditable In point
of numbers. The co operation of citizens,
churches, schools and benevolent societies la
Invited. It is further suggested that the comrades
attend divine service on Sunday. May 29,
as a fitting preparation for the solemn duties of
tte ensuing day.
will form on Pennsylvania avenue and D street,
with right resting on west side of 9th street, at
9:45 a.m.. and wilt be In readiness to move a , 10
o'clcck, marching along Pennsylvania avenue
to *r>th street, to Pennsylvania avenue, to
Bridge street, Georgetown, and Aqueduct
bridve, where the parade will be dismissed.
The lite will be formed a3 follows?subject to
future changes:?Band. Battery B, 2d United
States artillery. Major Gen. R. B. Ayres. (Post
No. 1, Md.) Grand marshal and staff; First
Lieut. Geo. Mitchell, adjutant; First Lieut.
Sebree Smith, It (j.M. Light Battery A. 2d
artillery; Brevet Col. and capt. A. C. Pennington,
First Lieut. A. D. Schenck, First Lieut.
Edgar S. Dudley, First Lieut. W. P. Edgerton.
Battery B, 2d artillery; Capt. John McGllvray,
Second Lieut. E. M. Weaver. Battery C, 2d
artillery: Brevet Major and Capt. Wm. P.
Graves, commanding rort batteries. Battery D,
2d artillerj; First Lieut. John C. Scantling,
second Lieut. Hamilton Kowan. Battery H, 2d
artlivry; Secord Lieut. Frank E. Ilobbs. Marine
Band. U. S. Marine corps, capt. R. s. Collum
commanding. Washington Cadets, Capt. C. A.
Fleetwood commanding. Capital City Guards,
Capt. T. S. Kelly commanding. Lincoln Light
iLtaniry, capt. Lew 13 Johnson commanding.
We st Washington zouaves, CapL C. H. Thomas
c mmatdlng. Marine drum corp3. Union
Veteran corps, Capt. S. E. Thomason commai
ding. Department Commander Wm. Gibson
and stafT. Post Department commanders?
Job* A. Rawlins Poat, No. l, P. D. Haines commanding;
Kit Carson Post, No. 2. J. M. Elgar
commanding; Lincoln Post, No. 3, B. F. Chase
commanding: O. P. Morton Post. No. 4, w. G.
Hall commanding; George G. Meads Post, No.
5, T. G. Allen commanding; Joan F. Reynolds
Pest, No. 6, L. B. Parker commanding. Grand
Army Republic cadets, Stanton Weaver commanding,
tub d. C ARTII.LBRY
wm not go with the Grand Army to Arlington
on Decoration day this year, having received
and accepted an invitation from the German
Veteran Union to fire the national salute during
the ceremonies of decorating the graves of
about 250 Union soldiers buried at Prospect
Hill cemetery, a very neatly kept place situated
In the suburbs of the city.
INVITATION TO 0KF1CBS3 OF THB ARMY.
A circular has been issued from the headquarters
of the army, as follows: -Edwin M. Trueil,
esq., chairman of the committee of arrangements,
extends a cordial invitation to the officers
of ihe army residing in the District of
Columbia, their families and friends, to attend
and participate in the ceremonies at the national
eeiLt-iery, soldiers' Home, on Mondav. the30;h
.'nstant. The exercises will begin at 10 o'clock
ricoRATiON Day?Howson's ice cream, $1.25
a gaL t
Carroll Institctb met last night. Mr. Frank
N. Dtvereaux was elected recording secretary,
vice Arthur H. Glennan, resigned, and Mr. J.
W. Klley was elected a member of the board of
directors, to till the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Mr. J. B. Fullerton, who hss
gone west. Mr. D. I. Murphy, as a delegate to
the C.Y.M.N.U. convention, made a report, as
>. id Major J. E. Mallet, also a delegate.
Decoration Day camp stools only 12 cents,
at o. Darr.mann's Combination store, s*j6 7th
street northwest. t
The Sccth Washington Mbtiiopist Congrb ation,
formed of the withdrawing members of
Ryland chapel, and now worshipping at Keadall
chapel, have extended a call to Rev. Dr. W.
W. Hicks, of Florida, who iiaa been recently
filling the pulpit. Dr. Hicks has accepted ths
call, and wlil immediately enter on his dutiesDr.
Hicks w as formerly a minister of the Baltimore
conference of the M. E. church, but left
It several years ago and went south in consequence
of Hi health. He is a tluent speaker,
and already has drawn a large congregation
Str\w hats, new styles and bottom prices,
with no old stock, at A. T. Lewis'. 435 7th
street. Young gent's nobby hats fi to $2.
Gent's furnishing gotxla cheap. t
Tub Sad Suicidb of Mrs. s. B. Mor3B.?Dr.
Patterson, the coroner, jesterday Investigated
the <!- ath from poison, (briefly mentioned In
Tub Star last evening), of Mrs. Morse, a na'lve
of Maine, the wife of Mr. s. B. Morae. of the
felxth auditors ofiice, who resided at 1721 New
Jersey avenue. The coroner ascertained that
she had teen suffering from acute gastrins,
and was so crazed by her malady that she
ended her life by taking a dose of corrosive
sublimate. She was a lady of good social standing
and a respected member of the Assemtsly
Prefcb> terlan church.
A certificate or death was filed in the health
office to-day by coroner Patterson in this case.
It appears that she had been In bad health and
low spirited lately.and that without the knowledge
of anyone she took corrosive sublimate
about a week ago, and just before her death
disclosed the fact to her husband. The remains
wtie sent to Brooklyn, N. Y., last night tor
DBe'cration Day camp stools only 12 cents
at o. Dammann's Combination store, soo 7th
street northwest. t
Yoc Can Rbly Upon It that every sty'e,
make and quality of ready made garment to t?
found in any first-class house can be had at
the popular Boys' Clothing House of B. Roblnsan
<v co., *9 Pennsylvania avenue, and that
too at prices that will prove satisfactory to
?>arents and guardians. This firm la doing an
xnmense trade, and have the full confidence of
the public. t
On TRfAL tor Burning H13 Own HorsB.?
Cornelius McAullff, was placed on trial
yesterday, before Judge Cox in the Criminal
Court, charged with arson In burning
a frame dwelling owned by him, on
lbtto, near B streets southeast, on
the 7th of December last, about 2 o'clock in
the morning. The evidence showed that Mr.
McAullff moved out of the house about two
months before the fire, but the day previous to
the burning he was seen on the premises as
late as :o o'clock at night. The structure was
iisured in the Washington and Georgetown
Firern n's Insurance o moany for f3t>). Tie
defendant acknowledged havlrg been at tie
house i. n the day of the fire, bat claimed th ?t
he reached Geo getown before 0 o'clock p.m ,
and knew nothing of the fire till the following
day. To- day a numt er of witn? saes testified to
seeing the defendant In Georgetown on tte
night of tte Dre, and a Lumber testified la
re Duttah The case was en trial when our report
Woodward & Lothrop will open Saturday
morning a fine line of American lawns, wide
and handsome, at and sc. yard. They are
the best bargains offered this season. t
F i ssiix's ice cream. t
ucbnsbs have been issued to
?hel<son withers and Susie Phllllpj; Edward
Mason and Annie Harris, both of West Washington.
Washington fish Marebt.?sold by R. A.
Golden, agent, since last report:?50,000 herrings,
from $1.50 to ts so per thousand' 2.000
shad, from |v to y.s per hundred. *
Whits and Crbab ostrich Plumbs job
lor, elegant quality, received to day. Free*
from *; to $?, at Mrs. J. P. Palmer's, No. 1107 f
street, between nth and lata. t
Ascension Day Services*
tub wbitk k sights tbmplah at church.
Yesterday being ascension day the members
of Washington, Colombia and Potomac Commanderles
of Knights Templar, with representatives
from DeMolay commandery, No. 4. assembled
at Ascension church last evening to
listen to a sermon by Rev. J. B. Purcell, of
Mount Washington, Md., a member of Beauseant
commandery, No. 8, of Baltimore. The
commanderles marched from Masonic Temple
to the church, headed by the Marine band, and
the members took seats on the right and left
of the center aisle, which had been reserved
for them. The preacher took for his text the
5i?t verse of Luke, 24th chapter, and preached
a most interesting discourse, at the condition
of which the Knights tllect out, while the band
played "Nearer my God to Thee." The commanderles
then reformed and escorted the K:v.
Dr. Purcell to the residence of Mr. Allison
Nailer, where he is a guest during his visit to
the city. The choir was led by Prof. Walter,
and an excellent musical program wa3 carried
out. The floral docoratlons or the church were
elegant and profuse; among the most a imired
sjmfcols In flowers werj cros>e?, cro vn=\
archfs, a dove with olive branch, and square
and coTpwswl'h the*etter! "G" in the center.
These beautiful Masonic and Templar eraMeais
were the work of the lady friends of the
THE COLORSD KNIGHTS TgMFLAR
connected with Simon Commandery. No. l.and
o< her?, met at Asbury church last evening and
1 stened to an eloquent sermon by Rjv. d. p.
Beaton. s:mon Commandery. sir s. H. Morrl?on,
Eonlnen* Commander, preceded by the
National band, with twenty-Ave Sir Knights in
line, marched to the church, accompanied by
<;ethsemar.e and Mount Calvary Commanderles,
or the District, and delegations from the Grand
Commandery ef the District, St. John's. St,
Joseph s and Rising Sun Commanderles of Baltimore,
and the Grand Supreme Council of the
TMrty-thlrd Degree of the southwestern jurisdlcilon.
Betide the sermon, the program at
tne church embraced the usual devotions and
music by the choir, under the direction of Prof.
Thcmas P. Bell. Miss E. v. Wood presiding at
tfce organ. After the services at the church the
Sir Knights marched to the asylum of Simon
Commandery, where a banquet was served.
Snits Involving' Heal Estate*
A bill In equity was filed yesterday by John
F. Murray and his wife, Margaret E. Murray,
of San Francisco, and Mrs. Mary A. Power and
her husband, John D. Power, of this city, agt.
Esteile Taj loe Paine, John Paine, Ogle Tayloe
Paine and John W. Paine, cf New York, for the
sale of the house and lot at the northeast corner
of K and 2<>th streets. The complainants,
as relrs-at-law of Owen Murray, who died in
1S57, are entitled to one half of this property,
of which they claim the defendants have kept
forcible possession. A suit of ejectment was
entered in 1879 and a judgment rendered In
favor of the complainants. They now lay bsfore
the court the impracticability of dividing
the house and lot, and ask that it be ordered
sold, and that the defendants ba required to
render an account of rentals, &c . received.
John E. Kendall yesterday filed a bill in
equity against Thos. F. Shoemaker and others
to vacate the conveyances of sub-lot ?2. suuare
361, aid subsequent subdivisions of the lot, to
Hannah L. Shoemaker and Harriet E. Hoxle,
and vest the right of property in Tho3. L
Shoemaker, and that it be sold to satisfy a
judgment of Mr. Kendall against defendant,
Thos. F. Shoemaker, for fyoo and Interest. It
is claimed that the transfer of the real estate
was made to avoid attachment for judgment.
A bill in equity has been tiled by Alice F. M.
W cod, Alice M. Wood. H. A. Wise. Otis F. M.
Wood, Washington F., Benjamin and Llllle M.
Wood, against the belrs-at-law of tne late Hon.
Fernando Weed, Joseph S. R. and Fernando
Wood, Annie R. flagedorn and Catherine R.
Chenowltb. and the United State3 Trust company.
of New York, tlie device in trust for the
appointment of A. T. calender as trustee to
hold certain lots?sub3. 36.37 and part 3S,squ ire
220?wtich were held by the late Mr. Wood for
Mary C. Shea has obtained a temporary restraining
order against Mary McAunally to
prevent her removing the counters and fixtures
in the store at the corner of 23 and I streets
northeast, until the ownership of the property
is decided. A bill In equity has been filed looking
to that end.
Virginia. Republicans and tlie Headjuster's
The Virginia Republican Association met last
night in St. George's hall, 11th street northwest,
W. F. Cooper (president) in the chair, and
John A. Cooper, secretary. The delegation
appointed at a former meeting to wait on the
President to urge the restoration of John A.
Moss to h's former library position at the Capitol
reported that the President Informed them
that he believed that Moss had been wronged,
and that at a more convenient time he would
give the matter some attention; and that he
invited the committee to call on him hereafter,
when he would have more time to consider t'ae
matter. Mr. Scott Wood moved that two delegates
be elected to represent this association in
the readjuster state convention to oe held in
Richmond on the 2d of June. A lively discussion
arose between Messrs. Mitchell and Mo;s
as to the propriety of sending delegates to meet
in a readjuster convention, without Invitation.
Air. Mitchell took the ground that the call was
not a joint one, and for that reason it was
entirely improper for republicans to pay any
attention to it. The secretary was asked to
read the call, as published in the Richmond
wh o, and it was read. It was directed exclusively
to the readjuster party, and the motion
to elect delegates was thereupon unanimously
voted c!o?n. Letters were re-ad from several
prominent Virginia republicans urging a combination
of t he factions in the fall election as
the only means of defeating the Bouroor.s m
the coming contest. The meeting adjouraed
subject to the ca-l of thp president.
Terrible Charge Against a Fattier.
Yesterday afternoon Officer Philip Thompson,
of the sixth police precinct, on a dispatch
from headquarters, arrested a colored man
named John Thomas Mitchell, formerly a private
of the Metropolitan police force, and took
him to police headquarters?a warrant for h's
arrest having been issued cnarging him with
having had carnal intercourse by force with
his daughter, Ella, a girl 14 years of age, on
the iom of May. Iu the Police Court this
morning the assistant district attorney stated
that in view of the condition of the girl he
had directed that the witnesses go before the
grand Jury at once, and he suggested that tne
cafe here be postponed. He asked that tlie
bonds be fixed at $2,000 for appearance of the
prisoner. Judge Sneli remarked that
this case showed the necessity of some law in
this District on the subject of incest.
Mr. L. C. Williamson appears for Mitchell The
daughter is the comp.alnanL Mitchell was
appointed on tne police force February 25th,
1S75, ar.d served In the prexjinct in which he
was arrested until dismissed from the fore?.
June 7th. 1S77, on charges of conduct unoecom
leg a gentleman and police officer, t!ie pnof
showing that while a policeman he kept a woman
in a house on 15th street, with whom he
was living in adultery, and that he neglected 10
provide fcr his own wife an2 children.
Mitchell s wife and daughter were ijefore the
grand jury to-day. It is stated that they charge
that tnls is the third time that Mitchell his
committed the oflence, and that the elrl 13
about to become a mother.
Charged with Robbery as Well as
Lewis Collins, colonid, who was convlc'ed of
forgeiy in the Polics Court yesterday, was today
put on trial for the larceny of a lot of p:at -d
silverware from George H. La Fetra. Mr. La
Fetra stated that his wife keeps a dining-room
and Collins was employed m the dining room,
and that nearly one hundred pieces of table
ware had been mlsed. Detective McDevitt
tett fi d to executing a search warrant at col
llrs' house, and to hndlng a lot of napkins and
silverware, with the owner's name on some of
them, in a trunk in Collins' room. Collins
stated that this silverware was given to him
by a man named Lewis to keep for him. The
court sentenced him to thirty days in jail. Mr.
Coyle suggested to the corfrt that a judgment
or guilty be entered in this case, and sentence
suspended until the grand Jury disposes of the
case of forgery against him, and if they find
Lim not guilty of forgery, the sentence ia this
case can go into execution.
Thbrbs been a mighty straightening of bent
backs since SL Jacobs oil has been sold here, t
Thb Fishing Sbason Drawing to a Closb.?
The arrivals of fish at 11th and 12th street
wharves are growing somewhat limit el as to
numbers. The season has been one of great
success as far as quantities caught are concerned,
but very few fishermen have realized
much pecuniary gain, from the fact that prices
have ruled too Tow. Moat of thos9 renting
shores are now cutting out and returning with
their trappings. The arrivals yesterday as reported
by Marine Inspector J. R. Sutton were
as follows: seo -bunco flsh, V39 shaJ, 30,330
herring and 10 sturgeon.
No nrxtro.?Rememter R. Gold33fcmld, No.
812 7th street northwest, will sell to-morrow
only, large Japanese tans for lc.; Eistlake 414
Inch strawbeiry saucers 25c. per dozen; Japaaese
folding fans with polished handle 2c.; fine
fluted goblets 45c. per dozen; Japane3e parasola
in plain colors 15c.; decorated tin and gla^s
picnic mugs sc.; fine decorated china and porcelain
chamber seta, containing 10 pieces, $3.50;
painted folding straw fans 12c.: 9-lnch crvstil
glass cake stands 25c.; Eureka wine glasses 353.
per dozen. Also great bargains in the latest
designs of baby carriages and traveling
look at tbs IlOUNSB bargains Offered
tor to-morrow at M. Augensteins National
Auction House, S17 7th street northwest, where
you receive the value of your money-is-lnca
waiters, 17c., worth 50c.; Japanese knife boxes,
15c., worth 40c.; 10 quart dish pans, 12*., worth
30c.; dust pans, 4c., worth 20c. Specialties in
baby carriages. t
Mrsic bt thb Marinb Band, together with
cornet and xylophone aolos,at Drivers G ir
dec, every evening. t
The banks win be closed on Decoration day.
Street lamps will be lighted at 7:40 p.m. and
extinguished at 3 am.
Marshal Henry to-day reappointed F. C. Revells
deputy marehal of the Police court, to date ,
from May 17.
The fair Just closed for the benefit of St. The- '
reea* church, Unlontown, was a success, realizing
Mr. Bralnard 11. Warner, of this city, has
leased for $720 per annum the fence inclosing
tbe Dew court-house building In course ot erec
tlon at Cincinnati. He proposes to use It for
Tbe managers of the Industrial home school
of tbe District of Columbia will break ground 1
for their new cottage home to-morrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. Tbe school is on North High
street, West Washington. Addresses will be 1
made by Commissioner Dent and others. The
contractor. Mr. C. Thomas, will go on with the
Work at once-. <
The subdivision of the Stone estate, known as
Columbian Heights, on the north of the city,
east of 14th street. Is being made by District
Surveyor Forsyth for Hon. John Sherman and
others. There will be enough cut off this land
to give l4th-street road a width of so feet?so
feet wider than before.
Tbe will of the late W. H. Campbell, who died
recently in Georgetown, has been filed in the
register of wills' office for probate. His property
is left to his family.
Owing to tbe large increase in advertising
and circulation of tbe enlarged edition of Tbk
Stak on Saturday, advertisers are earnestly
requested to send in their orders early to insure
insertion and proper classification. Tn e
number of r.ew advertisements printed in May
Is already 2,054.
The f brihtiancv Divorce Case.
MISS HELOY DiCLINES TO BK CBOSS-EXAMtNKO.
The divorce suit of ex Senator Cbrlstlancy, j
against his wife, Mrs. Llllle Chrtetlancy, nee '
Lugenbeel, was resumed yesterday afternoon. '
before Examiner Lovejoy. It was expectel
tliat Miss Llllle Meloy would be called for crossexamination,
but a letter was reau from her
stating that she was confined to the house by
slcknes?. Sbe sent a physician's certificate in
support cf the statement, and went on to say
that she had submitted to a tedious examination,
and told all that sbe knew, and that she
declined to appear for a cross-examination,
which would only be long and irksome. Mr.
Irgersoll Eald If Miss Meloy was too sick to atteLd
tbey would wait until she recovered. It 1
would not be necessary to have prolonged sessions
if wearisome to her, but they might cut
them up into short ones for her accommodation.
Mr. Cook, the counsel of Mrs. Christ,lancy,
to settle the difficulty, offered to withdraw the
testimony already given by Miss Meloy. Mr. '
Ingersoll objected to that being done, claiming 1
that as it was in now and a part of the case, it 1
must remain until stricken out by the chance!lor.
Miss Meloy, he said, bad given her testi- I
mony, and had been turned over to them for i .
cross-examination. They insisted that they were ' 1
entitled to the evidence, and If they could not : j
procure the witness' presence In any other 1
way tbey would ask the court for an attach- !
ment to have her brought before the examiner. 1
West Washington, itee Georgetowr*
Bru.DiNG Association.?At the fifty-third 1
regular monthly meeting of the Eleventh Building
Association held last night at Goddard'shcll,
$2,000 was disposed of, being 35
shares, retired at the stock value rates.
The Canal Trade ?drain? Arrived boat
Moille C. Waters, with 2.500 bushels of wheat.
cool? seventeen boats left Cumberland Wednesday
with 1.97G. 13 tons of coal as follows: For :
Georgetown ?consolidation Co., 236.06 tons; 1
New Central Co.. 550 09 tons; George's Cr^ek
Co., 344.0s tons; Borden Co.. 741.07 tons; Biaen
Avon Co., 350.00 tons; Hampshire & Baltlaaore
iis.97 tons; Individual Co., 236.10 tons. (
Flannel and Yacht Cloth Suits for Boys, from 4
to 16 years. Tbe largest assortment in the city. !
Eiskman Bros., corner 7th and E streets. '
Hats for Dccoration Day*
Gent's fine Manilla Hats, only $3 50 and $4;
Young Men'3 Nobby Maeklnaws, new shapes;
Largest stock of Mixed Straws In the city;
V> bite and Brown Canton Hats, 50c. to $1; i
Brown French Palm nats, for older men;
Best stock of "Dollar Hats" In the District; I
Two hundred dozen Boys' and Children's
White, Brown and Mixed Straw Hats, at all '
prices, from 15c. to *1 50, at "lewis' Popular
one Price Store," 920 7th at., bet. I and K. n. w. 3 1
Brain and Nerve.
Wells" Health Kenewer, greatest remedy on 1
earth for impotence, leanness, sexual debility,
&c. *T, at Druggist 8, 4 so Pa. ave. f
"Aldtrnty Dairy Wagon*."
Fresh Alderney butter churned every morning,
and delivered in Mlbs. "Ward" prints, 35a
per lb. Also, cottage cheeee, buttermilk and
sweet milk 6c. per qt, Cream. 10c. pint.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST
STKAW GOODS, FBENOE FLOWERS. OSTRI OH
PLUMES. FANOY RIB30NB, Etc.,
South of New York, at
MRS. J. P. PALMER s,
1107 F St. Bet. 11th and 13th st*.
MONOGRAM AND LISLE THREAD
Q1.0VES AT LOWEST PRIOE3. m23
\EW 8UMMEK GOODS-French PatL~
tern Bonnets and Hats, Millinery Novelties,
Silk raps, Street and Traveling Wraps, Undergarmer
te at Greatly Reduced PriceB, All the best
French Coi6etB. Lawa and Percale Wrappers,
Lawn and Gingham baits. Black Damaese Suits,
842 a fite assortment of Parasols and Gloves,
Parisian Novelttes in Neckwear, Black and White
I.aces in great variety, Ladies and Misses BathinK
Suits and Caps, and a earefu'ly selected line of
Parisian Novelties; best English Needles, 4 papers
for20 cents. Of. Wii.i.mn,
7 Cu? Trtvlit, rarii) HOT Puuuylfanla
aven ne. mi7
TTAWnilM; BI>(?UV4.S. SWISS. IBISH
Jtl ANDO'lHEB 1RIMM1NQ8. &o? lower than
ever . For a short time only I will sell the above
goods, of which I have a full stock of new and
eautiful de6l?Tss at 15 jer cent discount from my
present very low pricf s. Wools of all kinds, Zapbyi*.
Germantowns. Sc. Also a full line of Raober
Goods, al! kluda at 12M percent discount. 1
am at prestnt selling these floods very low, but as
I wish to make some change in my business I will,
in order to reducc stock, make the above discount
co the goods named.
Brieve & Oo.'s Transfer Papers, in two colors,
every imaginable dt8l?n for all kinds of Ur&idintr
and Embroidery work. This ie the best m?thoi
for Mumping ever invented. The designs will not
rub ofrtbe gtods or ami tbe material need in working
; betide*, tbis process makes a clearer and better
ULpree8!on than any other.
A. B. SCDOFIELDi
103B 7th street northwut.
MRS. ANNIE JEFFRIES,
3188 Pennsylvania Ave. Northwest,
The Wtst End Fancy Dry Goods and Millinery
btore, has a full stock of these Transfer Papers at
lowf et prices.
N. B ? Ihe Kensington Stitch taught here. ml3
iifiui. WASBin tiTon,
DRESSMAKING AND TRIMHINQ STORE,
_ 1311 Penna. ave.,
Dresses, Suits, Costumes, Olo&ks, &o , made la
superior style,at short notice. Ladles can have
presses Out and Basted, and a perfect fit guaranteed.
xSr'qOoSs ata*0?fler mT8nti*e toc*01 WIS
DISCOUNT or Tin PXB OBNT.
J AS. H. VEBXULTA,
feblf 61Q Ninth at., opp. Patent Offlea.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
~ i Are highly re- ??
ioommen d e d
for all diB-|
IRON BITIBRB,!?^ ??g?lBON BITTERS.
A true Tonic. Cure Dyspepsia.
Want of ApIRON
BITTERS. IRON BITTERS.
Complete ' ^theitht Fo? Plicate
Etrengtbeaer, g^ne^vw* Females.
lhey act Uke
a charm on
__ the digestive
organs, r e
IRON BITTERS, symptoms. IRON BITTERS.
sola by all
Bore Appetizer. Druggists. A Sure Eeviver.
Write for the
. S??th?t all IRON WITTERS are manufactured
CHEMICAL COMPANY, and have
crossed red lines on the wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
BROWN CUE HI CAE COXPANT'.
m? eo Biuuoiii Rz>.
Mr*. Doberty'a Fatal Fall.
TH* CO BO NEB'S IH^UEST?THE HUSBAND E50KEBATBD.
The coroners inquest in the case of the tragic
SL ^rs- -Honora Doherty Wednesday
night, by falling from a window of her residence,
on 3d street northwest, too* place yeaday
afternoon at the healtn office, on 4%
street. The jury were compesed of Messrs.
Joseph Torrens, Thos. Croggon, J. a. Main,
Wm. c. o'Mera, P. Miller and M. D. Overacker.
Dr. James R. Riley, the family physician,
testified that he had been attending Mrs. D.
since the 24th instant for nervous prostration
and loss of rest. He visited her Wednesday,
and finding her worse advised that she be sent
tn the hospital. She was taken to Providence
hospital by the husband and a hackman named
Tnomas Crcggon, who returned about lo o'clock
with her, her condition being such that she
could not be received there. She was delirious
and required constant watching, but had lucid
intervals. IMaiy Johnson, colored, testified that
she heard Doherry tell his wife that night than
at e bad botberc d him for five nigh'8 and thit he
would put an end to It. Peter Briscoe testlilei
to hearing loud talking In that house. I/mtsa
Turner testified that while she was washing
the dead body of Mrs. D. the bereaved husband
said he did not care a d?n for the dead
woman, she would not do what he told her to.
THB HUSBAND'S STATEMENT.
John Doherty. the husband of the deceased
woman, testified that Dr. Riley told him than
his wife must be taken to the hospital; that lie
and Mrs. Kelly got her Into a hack against her
will; she old not want to go; on the wayta^rj
thpy told her that they were going to the
Scheutzen park. The sister in charge at Providence
hospital refused to receive her. Witness
told the sister that as soon as senator Ho?r
returned he would see how much money Is to
be hereafter appropriated for that hospital and
how it is expended. He then took hl3 wife home
and conducted her up stairs, while his son was
closing up the house. He went down stairs to
get a pitcher of water, and when returning with
it caught his wife going out of the front window.
A halt second more and she would nave
been out. He persuaded her to He down, but
she would not permit the boy to sleep ar, her
side. Witness laid down beside her and pinned
their clothing together, so she could not get up
without disturbing him, but somehow she did,
and when he awoke he found that she had gone.
Witness jumped up, and, looking through ttte
room, could net find her. The dog ran to the
door,which led htm to believe that she had gone
out. He looked out and saw ner lying across
the cart, she said, "Poppa, who are ycu looking
for?-' He said, "Heavenly Jesus, what are
you doing there?" She was all covered with
blood. With help he got her into the house,
when such a sight he never saw and hope-1
never to see again. Witness started for tlxe
doctor and got Dr. Townshend; saw him put
his finger under the skin of her head and he
went to the hall and fell.
Dr. Haitigan testified to the nature of the
wounds, and said they could have been made
by the fall.
Dr. Townshend testified that Mrs. D. died
while he was examining her wounds, she was
sensible enough to have made an accusation
had she desired to do so.
The jury thereupon returned a verdict that
she came to her death from injuries to the heal
received in falling from a window, while laboring
under temporary aberration of mind. Tin
coroner immediately ordered the discharge of
Mr. Doherty. s
Dr Hartlgan, assistant coroner, desires the
statemeht that he and physicians, who made
the post mortem examination of Mrs. Doherty
yesterday prior to the inquest, were driven
from the place by Mr. Doherty. He states th u
no such thing happened at all. Mr. Djhtrcy
was axclted, but mere was no pistol or other
offensive or defensive weaDons used, nor was
there any occasion for them.
Special District Attorney AppofNTRD.?The
Attomej General has designated Col. fiaoeb
Tot ten as special attorney to prosecute the
case of Francis A Prescott, under indictment
In the criminal court of the District ror forging
the name of non. W. M. Morrison to vouchers.
col. Corkhlll was the counsel for Prescott
before his (C.'s) appointment as District Attorney,
hence the Attorney General makes thi3
Charged with Stealing Tea.?Richard
Dorsey and Thomas Ames, two young colored
men, were charged with the larceny of a chest
of tea, valued at $<;o, from Mary Shea. James
J. Roach, stated that he tends Dar for Mrs.
Shea, at the corner of 3d and L streets northwest;
and that yesterday these men came into
thebar-rcom, where there were several chests
of tea, and that after :hey had got some drinks,
witness went into the grocery store to get some
charge, and when he came back they had gone
and a chest of tea was missing. Maurice Roach,
testified to seeing Dorsey coming out of tie
Dar-room with the tea and made him return
it. Dorsey was sent to the grand jury, and
Ames was discharged.
[fa-ported for the Star.]
Who is Electbd.?The counting of the votes
of the municipal election yesterday was no.
completed until after midnight, but a few
Lours after the polls closed it became evld?ut
tlint the regular conservative ticket had succeeded,
not only as to the general officers, but
also 08 to the ward officials and councllmen in
the several wards. J. T. Beckham's (conservative)
majority over A. C. Harman (temperance),
for ma> or, is 53'?; F. L. Brockett, for auditor,
ov(r H. S. Barker, la 529; J. T. Hill, for collector,
over G. H. Markelt, is 599; J. P. C'olemin,
for s-upenniei-toens or ponce, over Wood, Bruwu
ana Pe-nn, lsccs. None of the other offices were
^crlrujly contested. The offieeis chosen are as
follow?:?For mayor, James T. ueckham; for
corporation attorney, k. Kemper; for auditor,
F. 1.. Brockett; for superintendent of police,
James P. Coleman; ior superintendent of gas
Jacob Roxbury: for clerk of gas. W. W. Harper;
for clerk cf market, James W. Simpson; for
collector of taxes, N. D . John T. Illll; for collector
of taxes. S. D., S. K. Field; for measurers
of lumber, Stephen Swain. J. L. Adam3; for
measurer of wood and bark, Wesley Makely;
for gauger and inspector of liquors, I. B. Lovejoy;
magistrates, James W. Nails, A. H. Brown,
Jos. Padgett, R. H. Stanton, and all the conservatives
nominated for city council.
TnE Sunday Niwspapeks.?H. M. Foltz. held
for disposing of copies of the Sunday Herald
last Sunday was discharged on habeas corpus
yesterday afternoon, Judge Keith holding that
after the Sunday law had specially named articles
which should not be sold ou Sunday, and
did not name newspapers, the words "other
goods, wares and merchandise" were not
spcclflc enough to be legally defined, and that
wLl.'eln a vague way they might include
everything, they, in a penal law, Included
nothing, lie therefore Oidered that Mr. Foltz
Tub Three Card Monte Case.?The trial of
Ilambleton for robbing Houston by the three
card monte game at Arlington Is in progress at
the county court to-day before Judge Saogster.
A considerable number of Washlngtonlans are
present. The case wlil be given to the jury
GAUZE MERINO BHIRT8,
BALBR1GAN SHIRTS AND DBA.WEBS.
FAWN-COLOBED BALBRIGAN SHIRTS AND
W M. TEEL.
m25 935 Pennsylvania avenue.
LEWIS JOHNSON & CO.,
Corner of Pernio. ave. and lOlli street.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE, BONDB. STOUK8,
GENERAL BANKING. m2i
TO THE TttADE, CONTRACTORS,
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY:
We we are now prepared to cut orders of
VIRGINIA. NOB7H CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
to any alze wanted is lengths to forty-five (45) feet.
We have also on hand a stock of
OF ALL DESOBirTION.
FLOODING and FLOORING BOARDS of all
, '.v*,1 prices Atlukt compare favorably with
any In this market.
Orders are respectfully solicited at either onr uptownOfficft,
at Indians avenue and ad s reots, or at
our Mill, foot of B juth Capitol and S streets.
ffiB?OTU, WEni'LE Ac SMITH.
WE ALONE BHOW FBICSS.
DRY BOARDS. No. I, 16 feet per 100 ft.tl.38
8TOCE BOARDS, 1x12, 16feet... " 1.60
VIRGINIA FLOOB1NG. No. 3.... l.?0
CLEAR BIDING, half inch, No. 1. " 1.00
WHITS PINE SHINGLES per thousand. 2.50
WE FURNISH ESTIMATES OF ENTIRE COST
OF BUILDINGS FREE OF CHARGE.
W1LLET 4c LIBBEY,
Bixth Btbbkt ajtd Nxw Yobk Avenue,
mi Nokthxbh Lxbkbtx Euuui Bopabk. .
B* O. SUMMER RESORTS.
OAKLAND AND DEER PARK.
XJiete well kuo-arn and popnltr Hote's A ? A
June^fthten for 4116 recef,tlon 01 fnM
Lisgram ef both Hotels can be seen atEuufw
House. Baltimore, Md.
For farther information address at Eutaw
Bouse, Baltimore, Md-, an til June llth. After
I*at date at Oakland or Deer Park.
m?5 tJe!5 O. B. WO^D. Manager.
;H, w~ OXFORD, MARYLAND.
gueitlT ?ren 1? for reception of Aj^aA
For particulars addreea ThbI
m24-lm? BAM'L NORRIP. Proprietor.
rjlhk bxdfobd mue1ialbpwiis9
_ CP>N8 ON THE 5th O* jm.
JAEON STOCKBRiDGE, of the ol 1 Fountain and
x>r??A t j ?pie.Hoteln. Manager.
Be una trip tickets, at low rates, to be had at
[trough ce,,, baggage checked
The proprietors wish it to be distinctly TMT
understood that the Ufe of the waters and grouaus
*ill be tfrictly confined to thoss who are *u'sts of
and their nse will Ik> held fro n
in otners. with the exception of rermaceut re?i??
0 ? oounty and those who pay lor lheir
and Bedford Water c*u be had at our
Seneral Agencies, viz. A 8. shafer 4J North
Charles st . Baltimore. M.l. ; C. B Shafer. 1010 K
St., ^aehirirton D. C.; and bhafer & Co , 1003
An h st , Philadelphia.
m23-lm THE AND1RSOS HEIRS. Prop'r*
^HB HYttJEIA HOTEL.
OLD POINT COMFORT. VA.,
Situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. A ?. ? A
pen alt the year. Equal to any hotel inf<fmv
the Urit?d htatf-s as a Summer H-^ort
Send for circular,describing bygiomc advantages
IP23-ira harbison PHtF.BUd. Prop.
The montgomfrt white bolphur
_.. . Mohtoomeby County, Va.
1 his fatten* Summer Reeort has b?en A ?_?. A
leased by Mrs. M. J. OOLLEY, of thetnU
mil ton House, and will be opened !> ? t
JUNE 1 for the reception of guests 'I hes^priu!??
are the most attractive and home like Summer
Resort in the Mountains of Virginia. Round t-ip
tickets at reduced rates sold at the Virgiula Slidland
railroad office. For circn'&rs giving terms
indfnll description, address the h'priugs or the
Hamilton, corner 14th and K streets, Washington.
D- C. m20-lin
RHAWLEY SPRINGS, VA.-2.000 feet JA
above tide-water. Oaracity three#/?*#
' Jf? hotels, with accommodations for l.''3fl i
700 BnestB. Open June 1. For i-artfculara adS^Se
tt20 al? Treas., Harrisonburg, Va.
OCEAN VIEW, BETWEEN CAPES HENRY
AND CHARLES, Am m A
*hd 20 minutes ride by rail from Nor- TiABv
folk. Trains every hour. New and elc- *
?ant seaside resort Elegantly furnished. Fish'dk
az.d Bathing not surpassed on the Atlantic
crast. The undersigned assures the public that
Ocean View will be kept flrst-class in every- particular.
Board ?2.00 per day, and liberal arrangements
made for partes by tbe wetk or month.
Letters or telegrams to J. A Kennedy, Ocean
View, Va., Hih receive rromot attention. B*a-s
ind Fishing Tackle, Billiard Saloon. Bowllug
m!7-lm J. A KENNEDY, Proprietor.
TtfEMPHl'.EMAGOa HOUSE NEWPORT, VT-,
ItI. commanding a magnificent view of a *_ A
the lake atd mountains New!y fitted TPlftT
up; supplied wiih steam and gas; aceom- 1
mcdates 400 guests. $3 per day; $10 to $ii. 5uj>er
week. Special rates to family. CHAH. a. i*lEA9QN.
IJNITED STATES HOTEL,
SARATOGA SPRINGS. T
SeaEcn of 1881. Ope* frsm JUNE 11 toOCivJBllt
ttl6-lm TOMPKINS. GAGE & CO.Block
j bland, r. i -ocean view ho
jEL. TEN miles at sea; surf and * A
still water bathing; splendid ba's andYu-B%Y
blue fishing; Hotel lighted with e-as; lsXtlifiBJi
first-classaccommodates 350 guesta; telngr?i?hio
bsJW?. teed for illustrated circular. O. 8 MAitden.
Manager. mi4 lm
T OCMWOOl) HOUSE, HiRl'rK'3 FERRY.
LiW- VA., Mbs. 8. E. LOVJBTT. Pro- A ?_a A
prietress. Bigh elevation; fine scenery. wTMi W
[ar^e rooms; table supplied from country
market; fine fishing. Terms 85 per week. m>ooiul
terms. Adcreus the above. Open June 1, 1881.
TOBBAft'l W. 8, SPBIff <;*,
tl tiepHSKsoN's Depot p. o
WU1 be Orened FIRST OF june Pam-a . . A
phlets at the R:ggs House, Ebbitt House
and Star Office. ii"MT
n>7-lm IB C. JOBUAJT
shenandoah Co , Va. A . ? A
8. M. MDi LIN. Proprietor. ffmf
OPENS JUNE lu. I'"Ml.
This maraificent summer resort, situated jui j. k
the mountaii>8 of the Valley of Virginia only twelve
miles frmn Baltitroro A Ohio R. R., at Mt. Jackson,
within a few hours travel of the c.tiee of Baltimore
and Washington. It excels in all the features
which make a watering place attractive. Its grett
altitude, 2,300 feet above the level of the sea, renders
the climate peculiarly healthful and delightful.
The Chalybeate, Arsenia, Su'phur Powder,
Iron Sulphur. Healing and Bead Wallow Springs,
for their Medicinal virtue and curative properties
stand unrivaled on this Continent. For health,
pleasure and good liviDg, Orkney is the place.
Round trip tickets issued by the different railroad
companies. Passengers leave Mt. Jackson
loon after the arrival cf the train, arriving at the
Springs to early tea. after being transported m
Paik Wagonettes over one of the best mountain
reads in the State, easier and quica?" reached than
any large wetering place in the two Virginias, and
with peifect saffty ; no mountain to cross.
Board from $4J to jgiH) per month of JO days, aenoraing
to location. Special contracts made with
families or large parties. Oan accommodate 750
poisons. Good bathing. Fishing and hunting in
Splendid livery; charges moderite. Send for
0APE MAY OF MARYLAND. A,,
river VIEW HOuii, oxford, md . hcfil
Noworenfor the reception of Guests. The m^st
delightful summer resort in the state. First-class
accommodations at moderate rates. Salt-water
bathing, boaung and fishing. Steamboat, railroad
and telegraph communication, Special rates for
families. ssnd for oibcci,ab.
mll-lm CLARENCE PETERS, Proprietor.
jDOCK ENON SPRINGS AND BATHS, VA.
open Tune i. im4
Telegraph in the hotel. A delightful A&fH*
home tor families. No Bar.
For circulars and terms apnly to
A. H PR^T T, Proprietor,
mil-3m 4019th street, Was..ington, D. O.
IimK PAXIH IIOTJEL. I. .A
Wiiliamsport, Pa., t
98 to $15 per wee?. .LLidQaL
The Ectel and surroundings are very attracu?e.
Grounds hardsomfly laid out >?ith flowers and
fountains, shaded by grand old forest oaks?domes'icated
deer add to their beauty, A cooler and
Sretiler honsefor the hot months, cannot be found
i the mountairs. A farmhouse freedom, with
an abundant supply of the farm produce, combined
with aliberal n anageaient, makes the Park Hote.
a very desirable place to spend part of the summer,
or on your Journey to Niagara Falls or Saratoga,
per N. C. II, W., break your trip at Williamsport.
THE GETTYSBURG 8PRINGS HOTEL will be
opened for the Sumner on May 28ta, Am.* A
on account of the great number of wonlefcaM
who will be attracted, more particularly *
to witness the Decoration Ceremonies in the National
Cemetery, May 30th, by the President.
Cabinet atd n any other prominent officials who
will be present. The B. A P. B.R. connects in
Union depot Baltimore, with W. M. B. B., carrying
passengers thrrugb without change.
For deecriptlre circulars, with terms, Ac., address
H. SINGLING, Proprietor.
m7-3w . Gettysburg, Pa.
CLABBKDOH HOTEL, A m. m. A
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.,
Will open for tbe reception or g-ueets June AfiiBU
1, with improvements and new passenger elevator.
Special rates for June. HARBI8 A LOSEKAM.
Ed P. Harris, of Willard's Hotel. Washington,
and Hotel Brighton, Coney Island; Charles Lose
kam, proprietor Owen House and Malson Doree,
r*APON SPRING8 AND BATBS. A m m.A
\j (Alkaline Lithia Watbbs,) f?l
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. West Vibginia. |?B|
Also, Chalybeate Waters, rich in iron, and a fine
White Sulphur Spring in the Neighborhood.
Open from Jane 1st to as late in October as the
company will Justify. Unequalled by any mineral
waters in America for the'eure of acid dyspepsia,
kidney and bladder troubles, uterine ailments,
gout, diseases of the skin, catarrh affections,
rheumatism and functional heart troubles. IT IS
AN UNFAILING SOLVENT OF CALCULI. These
waters have proved of gteat value in many other
diseases, but can be more confidently relied on in
tbe above-named than any other mineral springs in
this country. I guarantee a cure, if curable by
mineral waters. The baths?hot, cold and showerare
unexcelled anywhere. The new and elegant
swimming pool of alkaline water, the largest in
the United State*, if not in the wsrld, is especially
attractive. Iw No safer or better place for ladies
and children to learn to swim. Plenty to fill the
stomach and new beds to rest them on Best mountain
roads in Virginia-, one hundred doUan to the mile
expended upon them this spring. 1 he air of this
elevated region is pure and delicious. Capon
being nearer te all the cities north of the Potomac
?>?? any of the Virginia springs of note by an
avenge of a hundred and fifty miles, claims a
luge patronage on that score. For pleasure or
health the traveler need not go further. Board, by
the month. 842, 849 and W6, according to location.
Bend for namphlets direct, or call on W. 8.
THOMPSON. 708 16th street, Washington, D. C.,
for pamphlets and water, fine music, good boatpBARITOVI
VIST FOOT HOTEL
WEST POINT ON THE HUDSON,
Opsu fsr ths liuoi Mayllst
Thoroughly renovated and refurnished, having
a Passenger Elevator and all modern con- m . . m.
venlences. Diagrams may be seen aadftfSBV
rooms engaged at the Sew York Hotel, JS3U
apao-eoam H- CBAH8TOK. Proprietor.
APE AN V -BAF8 BOOK HOUSE, Good HarG,?u?*ter,
lfa*. Finest*. - A
Bart Bathing and Ocean Sotnery on thelnM
Atlantic Coast. Bend for Ulnatrated book.JB3U
m?-eolm u*. ?. ?. LJSo
SUMMER RESORTS. j
THE WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
(New BitO vD GaVGE Route )
Between PHILADELPHIA and ATLANTIC? CITF.
Iaccwmcping fwt ?\prees trails of Wea-sot Pmm
l?.-?r G<ao-es and Parlor Oar*. (is which
ih* Chahi.e fob 8vht has bus
BlDCClD TO 29 CBN T8 )
through without stop is m *inute3.
Pa?ser from WaaMnsrt^n will tikr the through
Vairs of the Baltimore and rotomaf K- S . ? A
R . or Baltimore and Obi iB. H. u) 1'hila- VrsV
delpbia and arrive at Pennsy.vana ball-XciHLL
road Station, 31d and Vsrkrt s're#m,or at the Philadelphia.
Wilmington and Ba titoore Ballrga 1 Station
at Broad ard Vagaiitrtcn Avrnues, where
Union Transfer Coaches or nrnt rare con* Mt
direct to Station cf the Weat Jersey BaliioadatFooT
OF Maekkt MKF.ii.
For thrcuak ticket*, bartraar* rherks and fall info;
n ation appJy as foiltvws: Northeast cort er 13th
at. and Prim- ave.. Station Baltimore and Potomac
B. R., corner 6th and B at* . <>".> Pa. avo . 1351
Pa. ave.. Station Baltimore acd Ohio Hail road.
FRANK THOMSON, General Manager.
J. B. WOOD, Gen"! Pask'r. Aire: t m2l-lm
WILLOW GROVE. Va , on B. A: O. R R., (Valvl
ley Branch.) opens Jane 10<h i'i>r?e-i 1 . A
lect guest*. Fr?sh miik, butt-r. veireta vrJBm
blee from our Farm. Fishing urd ba h UJU
inK?former excellent for lase. Terms ?1.60 a day.
f H a week. $20 a month of 28 days. no ohildivn under
ten ycara taaeo. Itailr :t l station in sigbt of
fco< se. Address Mrs D. P. MiiiiSNIS. VTH'.aw
Grove, Shenandoah co.. Va. m2a eodlw
Doubling gap white bt:lpiiub asd
CBALYbEATE SPRINUS will oi?en 1. .A
JUNK 11 Rare mountain retn*.%? b'.t fcM?
ctirnion tick, tx. Address J. VT. WliKLEHtfiiAA
&CO . Newvll e. Cumberland cctia'y. Pa. ml'.'2ni
BUXi.IIT HOI SE, I. .4
_ Bkhoboth Bfach, Pft.awab*, Y<???sP
_ Will open JUNE 15tf?, liau. Ii??M T
Terms, gs to ti4 per week.
Skatirtr Kink. Bowling Alley, Billiard and Pool
Tables attached. Send tor ejrcniar.
a|.2a-3in WALTER BURTON. Proprietor.
CaAHENl'UR HOIdK a. .a
/ Ocean Ecdtf Virginia *venrin, V/ml
ATLAN'J 1C CITY, open May 2S Ir^MT
nJi2m DR. r u LiPPiMCoff*
NEW WINDSOR COLLEOE-Ma?)iaoent ahade:
view Blue Ridge; Sulphur Hpringa, ?
fcatbs, porches stables, horses, Ac in-TlfsBV
quire M. M. BORBEil. 609 7th street; orlldBJ
address A M JELLY. ?ew Windsor. Aid. Tpa^im
WEDNESDAY. June lsr.
Grand Testimonial Benefit Tenrerel by their
Numerous Heads to
R. I.. DO M M\?i
I !V C U KI A K ,
Tickets to be had at the following places Brail
Adams' Bock frtore. W st : Metztrott a Music Stc-e.
Wiilsrd's Holel; Chapman's Book Store and National
Hotel. m-'~ 5t
pVhO'B. Vrorftia niMUeli.
EVERY SIGHT"THI3 WEEK.
ONLY MATINEY SATURDAY.
CALLENDER'S MAMMOTH AND MERRY
TWO HOURS ASI? A-HALF OF HONEST
laugh i er.
'M?ke no mistake; there is more ?renutne fan in
the Darkles from Georgia than any poa.ible entertainment
this reason of the year."
EOB MACK'S CHICKEN SCENE with th?
fceautlfiu little Game Ilxretera is surprisingly
KhhldNATION: O. Cruso? wi'l sj^eak on tliil
RESIGNATION; subject. Wherewp! Resignation
RESIONAIION' fina.ly pHce our friftndt? SupRESIGN'ATIO^
' | r *eB;>t.P)treriiollre?!ifa*,where
resignation: I wiiite!?ot.r
Gf ni rai admission 50 and 25 cents m25
E J. WH PPLf,
FRIDAY EVKNIN3, MAY 27.
Adtriencn, so Cents. P24-4 *
By JROF. DOBSON, at his newstudtn. No. *
207 Pa. ave. Ladiea and Keitlem^n tau*bt prlva<eiy.
Oflice hours from 3 a. m. to'J r m. mll-Im
\T|TASKISGTON NATATOBIUM, E strket, bf.l\
TWKKN 0th and 7th nobthwest. ? Water
from three to ten feet deep. We guarantee to teach
the most tim'd to swim in from ei^tit to ten lessons
K xpert male and female teachers ready at all boura
to Klve instructions at the lowest rates, blnvle adminion
25 cents. mi-Im
rj>IlE BEVIIED Nt\V TESTAMEaiT.
Just received the Revised Version of th? SEW
TLSTAMKNTin various sizes and atylea of binding,
fi om 15 cents to CIO.
Also, companion to the Revise! Version, explain!!
k the retsons for the changes made on the
WM. BALLUXTTNE & sons.
g 24 4'i8 WeTenth strest.
J ATtBT PlBLKATIOai.
l'.iwlinscn's Ancient Monarchies, 3 vols ?9.00
Kartou's Life of Vojtaire, 2 vols 0.00
Freeman's Historical Ge"*raphy of Europe,
2 vols 12.00
Hart er's Cyclop a dia of British and American
Woman's liaudi*or? in Modern Homes 2 00
BarU olow's Medical Electricity 2 60
Vat'erof act Girl: Leisure tour 1.00
Manuela Paredes: No Name 100
Agony column of tne Times, 1800 1870 1.00
REVISED NEW TESTAMENT, various itylea
Franklin Square Library, completeJAMKN
m2*3 811 PsnniylTaala avaa.
AJJSU' BOOH9.?I he Bti'ilVs Maid, by Mr*.
Wikter; *1.25; Blessed Saint Certainty ; 81.50.
Tie Great Violinists and Plan: ta; 4'lc. Lonkis
Laras. Handy Volume Series; SMc. The Ycuu*
Sin.rodR, by Thomas W. Snox: 82.80. The Fathers
of the Third Century, by Rev. G Jacason;
6t?c. How to Tell the Parts of Spfech, by Abbott;
76c. The Old lest?ment i"? the Jewish Church, by
W. Rcbertson Smith; $1.76. The Satchel Guide to
Europe, 1861 Edition; $8. The Life and Education
of Laura Brid?aiau, by Mary S. Lain son. Ac.
FBAMC1H B. MOHl'JI,
BOOKSSLLEB AND STATION**,
101>) Penanrlvaola art.
A eomrlete asscrtment of Pranjr'a and Marctii
Ward's B<rthday Cards. Ac. Also, Franklin
Square and Seaside Libraries. mlC
Great Breeches by Great LawTera. by Snyder. t6-00
Whartor'e Conflict of Laws, 2d edition 6.00
Copp'a U S. Mineral Lands 4.60
The Dartmouth College Causes, by bhirley... 3.60
Porman's 0~i*in of Primitive Sni>erstltionB,. 8.60
Mlchj.nd's History of the Crusades,3v..new ed.4.00
Jilty Yearn in a Maryland Kitchen, by Howard.l.#0
By the Ti)>er. by author of * 'biunor Monaidim's
A lartre variety of Fancy Box Papetartee Just received
Ail the latest styles in Stationery.
W. H. A O. R. BOU8UOR,
Law Booeskllebs and Stattonebe,
tp23 470 Pa. aw*. aortbwHt.
PIANOS AND ORGANST"
SIDNEY T. Nl.TI.nO,
Warercomi: No. 438 7tla itrsst aorthWMt*
Open Evenlnga until 8:30 o'clock. m!7
LOWEST PRICES AND KA8II3T^^^
Also, the STIRFF. the KRANICH A BACH, and
otter first class PIANOS.
<3. AM WILD * BRO..BOU ASSETS.
ap28 T?3 Tlh itrset aortbwrtt
NATTrFSLZI 8 MW^ITTHg^^
allow, use Fraiier's Bitters. If you_llTaiE a malarial
district. ^ Jailer's Mttere M
".K gKS? 8%
need toninR op, take Frazler'a Rqst Bitten. II
you have abused Instead of seed nature's ?lft. tus
prazier's Bitters. If too feel old before TOUT
tune, om Frazler'a Bitter*. If life has become a
burden and yon have gloomy forebodlnga sae
Frajder*a Bitters. If your hands tremble and you
yea have rows dim. Fraziar'a Root Bitters will
make yoo reel yonnjr again. Sold by all dnurrlsta
everywhere at the low prioetl per bottle. FRANK.
Pennaylvanla ave. Hal ee4>
LIGHTNING BODS.?The Copper Kxoeleior
ROD, s itb Knehling safety attachment; arainst
charges of lightning, that may be led to buildings
by telephone end other wirea. Manufactured end
put up by J. H. KUEHLINQ. 419 lath at. northweet.
neer Pension offloe. m!4
TTOR8ES PA8TURRD?A* ?3 Pee Moeth?On
AJ my farm, peer Bladeaabnrg. Plenty of graea.
shade and water. Inqnlre on premlaea or addrees
B. A. BHRKVE. BladenSNinc. Md. mlO^&*
?B. DUFABEf CATARRH RBMRDTCUBtS
every case of Catarrh. Prloe, 26 oeatsf Try
It. fr. Dut>are's Blood end Liver pilta remove
ell blBose diaorders. Price. 95cents. Mrs. D*.
i pot mb'e Lung Balm enxsa oolds, oonghe, ana
oonsuBptlor. Price, * and 60Lcenta- wr.
npeeei never falllnif Pile Remedy ourea W-nd,
bleeding at d itohln# rtle^PritJsWcMts For
a?le at Wettera Medleal Depot <lf West Balttmorest
, BalUnore. Md-. and drug^lata-jiaril lp
BOOT8 A^?D 8HOK8.
1,1 ' Jaaas^??
Bl HT*S FIXE SHOES*
CH5WIP, DAY * CO.,
mo, jraa and s?v??ife sc.,
WILL OFEN A FULL LINK 07
EDWIN C. Bl KT 9
FINK LADIES' AND M1S<>ES
8HO!^t WAITERS, SA!?U11J,ETC.,
IN Cl*B 8H0K DIFABTMEST
(Store !\o* M9),
EMBRACING AMONG OTHKRS, THE FOLLOWING
PEBBLE GOAT BUTTON;
CORSO GOAT. VAMP;
KID FOX. 8EKGE;
CHILDREN'S AMEKICAS AID. BUTTON,
FRENCH BTBAIGMT GOAT KID;
LADIES' Cl'KHO KID;
KID OPERA BANDALS, FRENCH HEI1.S;
CLOTH, KID FOXED Bl'TTON GAITERS l
KID OPEHA SLIPPERS;
FINAFOKK AND DTCHEHS SLIPPERS;
PRINCE ALBERT HAND ALU;
KID AND BERLIN SANDALS.
THLfeE Al.K SUPERIOR GOODS AND WILL EL
OFFEKED VERY LOW.
ANEKY l'Alli WARRANTED.
_ ?r?w criNKip, oat * ro.
A lit; KO MISTAKE.
T11E NEW YOKE HHOE STORE.
tK?S Ptnr.K) l\nnln mtiuit,
hECFT\?D A t AR LOAD OF SHOES FROM A
___? BANSRUPT HAT.lt IN NEW kORK.
TBE CBEAPKHT HHOBB EVER EXHIBITED
? A, .? .. IN WAHHINGION.
Lades Hand-made S-atrap Saudajs ?e.90
i?r .Hiil'A,,f 1 w
Ladies* Fiae Kid Button Boot* 1.60
Ladies' Halid-seaed Kid lvw>t* #2 50 to 4 60
LAI I Eh' 8UOEH OF ALL KINDS.
Misses' Solid Button *h.w* fl.OtitO 2 OC
MISSES FINE KID SHOES.
Children's Feb Button Solid KtolO ?5o.'
6 to 8 auc.
CHILDREN'S G<X>D HI KING HEELS
One hundred Sty lee of Gent's Fn? Low SboM. at
li to tit**
ONE IT JOE.
BCOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Row opet for Inspection and on sale at extremely
The attention of parents i? called to our Youtha*
Grata Button Boots. ?n7.?? n t4? a. at 91 60 a pair.
Ttese Hi-.r* are made o: solid leather, and in kckx2
Style, broad Roles and h?e s
line ad ten isiiyf Card* *iven to i urchaaera ot
Boots an(2 flues.
rr. h mcb,
TS8 TIT Market Bp?f?.
BAKGAJNS?S?Uinjr off my entire stock of
BOOTH AND SHOE* at o??t Oali early, before
pnrvawriyr elaewbere, and "ocure barveiMa.
at O. GliSLER'S, 1021 7tL street n w. mart0-8n
Jptoi'ObALb FOR SUPrLlLS.
OFFICE or THE COMMTSSIOSEEB OF TH* J
IUKTBICT OF OOLl MltM, ,
WAHKUifitON, May 20, 1HH1.S
Fsaled rrcposals will oe rtx> ived at theoftioe a*above
nil til 12 o'clock noon FRIDAY, June In, foi
furcitLirir Supplies to th? various branches of tliDistrict
Govern mtut for the tear ending June Jo.
sample* and blanks will be furnished
ujon ai>p n ation at Boom 17, Morrison
Bui: dire. ?!?: street norths eatBy
order of the OomnusMioLf-rs D. C.
J Ob N B. CLABK.
m23 fit Superintendent of Property.
T>R0108AL8 FOB tOST OFFICE ENVELOPES
Fort offick Dki abtmeft,
WatLir^ton, D O . May 3. 1881.
Foaled Proposals wlil be received at this Dopartnient
until WEDNESDAY, the 1st vkt of June.
18'Sl, at 12 o'clock m , for farnifhln* in sncli
qnantillee. aufl at such tim's as tb y n,ay be ordered.
ail the Poet Office Envelopea re-niired for
cee ilurln^r the fifcal year ending J.me SO, lb3J, of
the following claKsea, viz:
Kos 1 to 4 ? "or Official Letters an I Betarni
No. 5.?For K^turtinir Dead Letters.
Fo. 6.?For Reiristered Packa?ree.
No. 7.?T.w Envelopes for B?*iste^eu I'ackaw ??.
No 8.?For iLterLational Money Order Alvies*.
Blank forme of bids, with samples and fnilcpeel
Ecatiocs, will be furnished upon application to the
Third Aesittant Foctmaster General, Washington,
THOMAS L. JAMES,
m3-2aw4w Postmaster General- +
JJllOl'OdALS FOB Fl'EL. "
Washim;ton May 17, 18H1.
Foiled i rrrosals, feptrateiy. for Wood and Ooa',
indoi>ed ainl adore**.) to the hecntary of tbo
Navy will We rt-oei\ d uutil 12o'clock m .HA i CB
DAY, J ink v5 to supply the Navy Departnjen',
and oftue* thereof, in Washiu?rton with fuai,
6' 0 tons extra hard Wbt*e at<b Foruaoe Coal,
BO ?oi b white *sh Stove Ooa],
re?er\;i->r tl.e riwht to order as tuacli more of eitlier
Farnacc ?. r Htov? m the Departmeut mayre iuirri
at the same price
Ail thecal to be of the best qua ity, fr?9 frov:i
dirt aLd slate. andiosp?*c ed b> a H????rn Inspector
at ihe coit ot the cjntractor. -.240 pauude t j tie
Twenty (virds. more or loss. Hpruoe Pine W^i.'
Twenty-live cord?, in<>*e or ltfs?, Sictory Wood.
All of ihe wood tu t?e of the best ijual.ty, and :nsrected
by a sworn inspector, at Uie coat of the
The O el and W<> d to be de'ivfr?d at the Navy
Department, or oftioe for which required by the
partite to ?honi the contract (or contract*) may
awarded, in *cch quantities as the ounreu.<-nce of
the Dei artinent may re>inire.
'ihe riybt to reject any and all bid*, or to accept
any portion cf any bid. Is roaer ed , and the successful
bidder will be required to fn-niwh a bond in
the sum of tw o tbousaad dollars a? a auarantee of
a faithful performance of the contract whi> h may
be awarded him. WM-H HUNT,
my!7-8aw4w Secretary of the Navy.
Navt Pat OFncr, f i
May 30, 1H8I. S
8eal.-d I'ropfta's will be received at this ofllee until
13 o'clock, on tbe 3'st day of Mat, 1&8i,
for tupplyiik such quantltiei of l'r?#h B ef an t
Vepctab.'te c rest Br< ad and Baking Navy Bread
as may be required at the Navy Yard and Statioa
at Washington. D. C-, dorlUK the Oacal year endin?
June 30, 18fa
Blank forms of otTer, and a'l n oemary inform?tlon
as to specifications and the o> antl ies required,
can be ) rocur< d by applyintr to the Inspector ot
Pre visioi. s and Clothing at the Waahlmrtoa Navy
Yar<1* J A. SMITH.
na0 2sw2w Pay Ipspect. r V 8. Navy.'
AKEnECT'e Ornca U. 8 CarrroL. h
Washington, P. C , May yth. 1H81.j
PBCP08ALS lOR CUT OHIO SiONE WORK;
FOR WRICKS AND FOR LAYIN'4 BRICKS.
FOE THE EXTENSION OF CITY H AL' .
PropcealK for the above will be oiened aMhia
office, where plans and specifications may be seen,
en TUESDAY, the 31ht or Mat, ltfel, at U o'clock
m. EDWARD OLvRE,
ma-eolOt Architect U. g. Capitol.
Anton fihchxbh dbt gleaning establishment
and dy1 works. Mo. 808 q at.
northwest, near the u 8- Patent Offioe.
Indies'aLd Gentlemen's GARMENTS . f all klndfl
CLEANED and DYED; atoo, OBEPB YELUL
LACES, GLOVES, Ac.
VS^ECIALTf la ejeanlny flm EVENING
DBEH8TS- Thirty yeara'cEperlenoe- Term* mtxlLIEB1V
OF MEAT. FIBE8T AMD CHEAPEST
MEAT FLAVOBIMO 8TOCE FOB
SOUPS, MADE DUEES AND SAUCES.
L1EBIC CO.nPAJTYf EXTRACT
OF MEAT. An Invaluable and palatable
iSuty!-*^UsTmMMK and'a^Sj'far wbich 1
nations ahonld.feel ffratelid;"-^Ll *?d;
l in "BrttUh Medical *
CAUTIOW-?Gennlna only wi'h (tie facsimile
of Baron Xteteg*! Sis nature la Bio*
lak acroaathe Lebei.
liebig computes extract
OF MEAT. To be had of all Storekeeper*,
(irrcers aad CbNUM Soie ?ireuta for the
r?lte^ btatea j: whwikwae^ouiy y O^Pyid k
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